By Paul A.Singh Ghuman
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In view of the importance of this topic, I thought it would be very useful to include this topic in the investigation. In Chapter 1, the aims and objectives of the research are stated clearly as are the sample selection, methodology and recording of the data. The chapter contains full discussion on the academic qualifications and school Page x experiences of the first-generation Asian teachers. Details are also given regarding the number of Asian teachers who obtained qualified teacher's status from the DES.
Taylor (1990) described the attempt at curriculum reform in Indian schools as follows: 'Change in teaching methods can come about only if the average class size is drastically reduced. Teachers are trained in the theory and practice of almost every conceivable teaching method.. but, with over 50 to teach, the younger teacher inevitably succumbs to the advice of older colleagues and settles into a pattern of delivering sermons and a stylised catechism of question-and-answer-exchanges. ' However, he goes on to say that there is an enormous difference between Page 11 rural and urban schools and public and state schools in their teaching methods and the resources available.
Every thing was drilled into us. A Muslim (white-collar worker, age 42) had a similar experience: I have to grow out of the hard discipline; it didn't teach us anything. I came from GujratPakistan. Teacher would say: 'bring your homework'. If not, you were caned regularly. We were caned a lot. A lot of kids actually dropped out because of this. A primary school teacher (male, first-generation) had an interesting perspective: In Punjab, children respect their teachers, but this is not the case here.
Asian Teachers in British Schools: A Study of Two Generations (Multilingual Matters) by Paul A.Singh Ghuman